In honor of April Fool’s Day, we’re debunking some common energy myths.
We provide training, scholarships, donations and expertise to support the educational institution’s mission.
We answer questions that are frequently fielded by our Commercial Customer Service Representatives, specializing in business, nonprofit organization and school customers.
TEP was recognized with the prestigious Advocacy Excellence Award for successfully shifting energy education programs online during the pandemic.
With TEP’s support, Hotel Congress’ new electric vehicle charging hub is serving as a statewide example of enhanced urban sustainability.
TEP contributed nearly $2.1 million in 2021 to 176 nonprofit organizations or causes focused on providing community assistance, education and environmental stewardship.
Our homes account for 21 percent of energy consumption in the United States, so shifting or reducing your home energy use can make a meaningful impact on the environment.